Nigeria has the largest absolute energy deficit in sub-Saharan Africa, and the second largest in the world. There are 80 million Nigerians without electricity and millions more have access to less than 6 hours a day.
By providing cheaper, reliable and clean power to heavily under-served segments of the market in Africa, SOLAD has a catalytic social and economic impact on our communities while contributing to significantly reduced carbon emissions and cleaner environments.
Covid-19 Pandemic Response
Safety and hygiene at our sites is a key priority. Solad has provided leadership and has developed an operational protocol and safety guidelines for our sites. We have also worked to trial and install an innovative automatic solar-powered hand wash system at our Sura Complex project.
SOLAD Established Market Safety Measures
- Customers and staff are required to wear a face mask and to wash/disinfect their hands.
- Gloves must be worn by customer care representatives when handling customer bank cards, point of sale terminals and packages.
- The office assistant must wipe down door handles and surfaces every hour.
- No more than 4 customers are allowed into the Customer Care Center at anytime.